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Time-tested Advice for Successful Remote Teamwork

Distributed team, remote work, work-from-home, telecommuting, flex work… whatever you call it, you can’t deny the impact technology has had on the flexibility and mobility of modern workers. The concept of distributed teams is nothing new, but the past decade has brought about an explosion in the number of people who work from home at… Continue Reading >

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Meet the Reaktiv Studios Team : Nick Croft

Hi, my name is Nick Croft and I am a geek. Not just any geek but a super geek. I’m talking comics, books, eclectic instruments and musical tastes, electronics, and just about any other geeky thing you can think of. Continue Reading >

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How To Get Started with Attributes in Gutenberg Blocks

When I first started building custom blocks with Gutenberg I’d always start with the edit function. Then I’d move to the save function and make sure the right kind of HTML was saved to the database. Attributes were basically an afterthought for me. I had a vague idea that they defined some of the data in my… Continue Reading >

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Meet the Reaktiv Studios Team: Solomon Scott

Hello everyone, my name is Solomon Scott. I joined the team at Reaktiv as a Full Stack Developer in November 2017. I live in the monumentally beautiful Washington D.C. Continue Reading >

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Why I am excited about Gutenberg

Gutenberg is generating a lot of buzz in the WordPress community right now. If you’re paying any attention to WordPress you’ve probably heard it, and you’ve probably also heard how it is going to be the end of the world. Continue Reading >

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Meet the Reaktiv Studios Team: Cory Webb

Hey everyone, my name is Cory Webb, and I joined the Reaktiv Studios team in November! I’m a senior full stack developer hailing from Waco, Texas, home of Dr. Pepper, Baylor University, and shiplap. That’s a reference to HGTV’s Fixer Upper for the uninitiated. Continue Reading >

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Meet the Reaktiv Studios Team: Rebecca Diamond

Hi! For those of you I’ve not yet had the chance to meet, I’m Rebecca Diamond. If you’ve sent in a support ticket for the Design Palette Pro plugin, or interacted with our Design Palette Pro Twitter or Facebook accounts, chances are better than average I’ve been on the other side of the screen. Continue Reading >

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